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Posted by
Silver Surfer 🏄
2 months ago

Do you even have enough food stashed at home to survive the next great famine sponsored by WEF?

r/Wallstreetsilver - Do you even have enough food stashed at home to survive the next great famine sponsored by WEF?
195 comments
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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
🇺🇲Truth Shall Set U Free🇺🇲

Make sure u have a bottle of Beeno! Jk aside. Yes have a variety of freeze dried food. My focus is on water.. all the food in the world is worthless if you have no water....

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level 2
· 2 mo. ago
Silver Surfer 🏄

Water is something I really need to work on. What's the best way to store it? From what I gather if you store in plastic containers long term without cycling it, the plastic starts to leech. Or is that not an issue if it says BPA free?

Suppose I could still do that and just be sure to cycle it often.

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level 2
· 2 mo. ago
Bull Gang 🐂

I live on a well. I can power the well with my generator. I can power the generator with gasoline. Traded for or otherwise.

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level 1

Yes. Food, lead, and shiny

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level 2

Beans, bullets, bandages, batteries, and bullion

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Buccaneer

My wife got pissed when I bought 200lb of rice and 100lb of pasta. Not as mad as when I stack shiny.

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level 2

White rice I hope. We freeze ours for a month then into mylar bags with oxygen absorbers and melt seal the bag in a bucket with a gamma lid. Basically good forever at that point. Serve it up with chili, stir fry, or dozens of other great dishes. Rice is my favorite cheap carb. Pasta I've not tried to store longer than expiration date. We just rotate that out.

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Silver Pirate

If you can afford one get a Berkey Water Filter. I got one and an extra set of filters. You can apparently put lake water in them and out comes tasty clean drinking water. I hope I never have to try that but I’m prepared if so.

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level 2

100%. Berkey is more important than anything

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level 2

Not in the event of anything to do with radiation. Bottled water is the go to then. The filters are good though, I use a katadyn bottle for kayaking, and I’ve never been sick! Just don’t think they are great with radiation.

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level 2
· 2 mo. ago
Silver Surfer 🏄

Great suggestion! Mine just arrived earlier this month. It's done wonders for my peace of mind. We also live in an area with a high water table so we picked up a manual pump for the shallow well to replace the electric if needed.

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level 1
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level 2

There's some pepper groups on fb with great tips. I'm a member of Survival Moms. Very creative ideas to stash preps all over the house in unexpected places. One tip I definitely use is using pieces of furniture with storage. No spindly legged side tables or coffee table in my living room. They all have good storage. We're a military family and rent our houses. I always install the white rubbermaid closet shelves all the way to the ceilings in closets, laundry rooms, pantries, etc. Every landlord has paid me for the materials because I maximize the space and make it look good. I would do it even if they didn't pay me back (if allowed). I utilize the back of doors, under sinks, normally dead space where bedroom doors open (Ikea spice racks are cheap and perfect for slim storage), decorative baskets and boxes are full, etc. Nobody would have ANY clue my house is stocked. It looks nice and neat.

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level 2
· 2 mo. ago

You can put risers under your bed and you get a foot or so of additional storage.

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level 1
· 2 mo. ago
Long John Silver

Remember to buy food that doesn’t need cooking too, or lots of water to cook, get nuts, canned veggies, peanut butter, protein bars. Etc, I know rice is cheap but it takes a lot to prep it

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level 2

Rice can be soaked. You don’t need to cook it

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level 2

That stuff has a short shelf life.

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level 1

I hate to be that guy but....

it feels really good to see this and know that I am not alone in my thought patterns.

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